A Vegan Thanksgiving

Everyone knows the easiest way to save the planet is to eat a healthy diet of grains, vegetables, fruits and nuts. Living on these nutritious foods has brought me much happiness. I appreciate the simple taste of the whole grain bread I bake, spread with fragrant fresh-ground peanut butter and spicy apple butter. The intensity of the deep green plants like kale, spinach, and swiss chard sauteed with onions and garlic and seasoned with tamari sauce. The utter simplicity and fresh taste of tofu made in Jamaica Plain at 21st Century foods.

A vegan diet has allowed me to live in harmony with my goal of compassion for all beings. By eating grains directly, instead of feeding them to livestock, I leave more food for others, more room for wildlife, and pollute less.

I am healthy. My sense of taste has been enhanced. And I maintain my weight without effort, year after year.

Start on the road to balance with nature. Eliminate meat from your diet and reduce eggs and dairy foods. Your body will thank you for it.

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